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  • 3,5***

    Honey Granger has to face all her childhood nightmares, the town's discrimination, and her teenage crush as she arrives in her hometown to bury her estranged father. The time has not been enough to heel the wounds of the past, and with sheriff Harrison Hawk as her protector, she faces the new accusations, the new attacks against her property, and the threats against herself. The old feelings towards Harrison spark to life, the attraction between them is palpable, a force to be reckoned with, but forbidden and off-limits on both of their minds. Honey is a smart, capable, successful, and kind. Everything she has learned, gained, and established she has done on her own. She left the hateful small town as soon as she turned 18, and hasn't looked back. Now forced to face her past, her emotions are turbulent, as is her attraction towards Harrison. Harrison's family has lived in the state of mourning ever since his sister disappeared and his father left the family without saying goodbye. The guilt, the remorse of past actions weight heavy on his and his brothers'' minds. His hands are filled with the current and old investigations, there is no room for romance, not to mention with Honey, the girl his mother has hated since their childhood. But someone is determined to get Honey out of town, and are not afraid to use lethal force to accomplish their goal. The story with its drama, trouble, and turbulence enticed me from the start. I liked the romance, I felt the attraction between Honey and Harrison was true, even though at the same time I wished there would have been a bit more bonding time for them before the conclusion. The investigation and the revealed secrets were riveting, the danger and threats were vehement, I felt invested in the characters and the bond between the brothers was intriguing, sparking an interest to read their stories as well, even though I did not like their mother, nor did she convince me of her change through the tale. I do wish the culprit wouldn't have been who they were - I will not get into that more because I don't want to give away the story, I just thought the world had moved past that old stereotype. But overall, I found this story as entertaining, flowing, and fluent romantic suspense. ~ Three Spoons with a teaspoon on the side

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